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  • thomas glynn: Of all these jobs having been created how many have been taken up by imigrants, and, how much of this income will be sent to their dependants in their country of origin instead of being earned by... (13 March 2014)
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  • thomas glynn: Reliably informed? Where does the minister get his information from? Has he been informed that the Mersey crossing will be in the one of the most deprived areas in the country. The annual wages... (6 December 2013)
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  • Jane Davies: The 4% of state pensioners who are living in poverty because of the disgraceful freezing of their pensions is blatant discrimination when most expats do have cost of living increases. When this... (27 June 2013)
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  • George Morley: It would seem that there is a triple lock against a minority of pensioners purely due to their place of residence. One would think that with the commendable aid program that the government have... (26 June 2013)
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  • Richard Tebboth: Not a useful answer. If not OBR then who? (10 July 2012)
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  • Kevin Wells: It appears that the British Government is happy for England to be underfinanced compared with the other countries of the so called United Kingdom. (12 May 2011)
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  • Gareth Young: Danny Alexander would say that. He's Scottish, and Scotland receives £4.5billion a year too much under the Barnett Formula. (11 May 2011)
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  • Ian Sandeman: All this says is that they may postpone this until 2013. Not much comfort for those who depend upon it. (30 March 2011)
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  • Hareen Potu: Helen Grant's area is the Weald which is in the south east therefore the rural community that she represents will not profit from the national insurance measures as they are still paying them. (14 July 2010)
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  • Enrico Petrucco: In this instance the Chief Secretary does not answer the question that is put before him. The question makes plain that the increase in personal allowance does not effectively offset increased... (3 July 2010)
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  • Enrico Petrucco: Raising capital gains tax 10% for higher earners does not count as progressive. As stated in my previous argument: "In practice there are many countries that assert a much higher short term... (3 July 2010)
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  • uk bix: If you are to be convicted by fingerprint evidence, you would have the right to ascertain if the crime scene was contaminated, and the evidential gathering procedures were fair and accurately... (7 September 2009)
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  • uk bix: There was nothing re-assuring in the above. Just to repeat myself, a major breach of how this country operates the justice system is occuring. (7 September 2009)
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  • uk bix: Has it worked, now that 9/10 people in some areas are reported to be failing ESA assessments? (22 July 2009)
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  • Daniel Watkins: This excellent speech is why I like the LibDems the most of all the parties within Parliament. Of course, it's easy to speak truth to power when you're reasonably sure it's not going to have a... (19 March 2008)
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  • Mrs Pat Dale: YOU CAME AND VISITED HALIFAX FACTORY AND EMPLOYEES TOLD YOU THAT THEY WANT THE FACTORY TO REMAIN OPEN AND YET YOU AGREE WITH THE GOVERNMENT TO SHUT US DOWN WHY? PLEASE DON'T USE REMPLOY AS A WAY... (15 June 2007)
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  • david wood: my name is david wood and i also work at the halifax factory i came here seven years ago from mainstream employment where i enjoyed being a credit manager for over twenty years its quite opened... (31 May 2007)
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  • Mrs Pat Dale: IT'S THE PRINCIPAL, I'VE NOTHING AGAINST ASYLUM SEEKERS AS LONG AS THEY PAY THIER WAY BUT MANY AREN'T AND IT'S THE FACT THAT REMPLOY WORKERS ARE HELPING TO KEEP THESE PEOPLE BY PAYING TAXES AND... (25 May 2007)
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  • Yvonne Aburrow: I sympathise with the position of Remploy workers, and agree that they should not be left stranded, but what do asylum seekers have to do with it? They're dealt with by a separate department and... (24 May 2007)
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  • Mrs Pat Dale: THE TALK IS ABOUT GETTING WE DISABLED PEOPLE BACK INTO WORK, WE ALREADY HAVE WORK AND DO A GOOD JOB. IT'S BEEN STATED BY THE BOARD AND ANN MCGUIRE THAT NO DISABLED EMPLOYEE WILL BE MADE... (24 May 2007)
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  • stephen reid: The Minister answered positively to Maria Miller's very important question but then returned to his main speech without offering any explanation of what the Government will actually do help... (24 January 2007)
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  • Joe Dere: More like deeply damaging to your career! Scotland does not have an excellent economic record, when it has to subsidise the rest of the UK, and be dragged down by economic policies that are... (8 November 2006)
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  • Alix Cull: It is my opinion that talking therapies are an excellent adjunct to medical treatment of those who suffer from severe and enduring meental illness. However, this does not in any way make it a... (4 November 2006)
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